Symons, Arthur William (1865–1945)

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Arthur William Symons (1865 – 1945) was a British poet, critic, and translator. Born in Wales and educated by private tutors he joined a vibrant literary community in London at 16 and participated, alongside poets like William Butler Yeats, in the notorious Rhymers’ Club, a group of poets and writers responsible for witty repartee anthologies such as The Book of the Rhymers’ Club (1892), in which Symons’s poems appeared. PoetryFoundation


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